Gaston Farm is looking for volunteers to assist in various ways with this year’s event, Open Lambing, on the weekend of 21st – 22nd March. Gerald Sercombe was so grateful for our help last year, especially in helping raise £30,000 for the projects they support in Nepal, South Africa and Burundi. If you can help please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Littlehampton Baptist Church is hosting a ‘FUNdraising Evening’ for Littlehampton Food Bank this Saturday 28th February, 7 – 9pm. Homemade soup & desserts served and featuring singer/songwriter Sydney Rutherford and The Great Desmondo & Cherry, ‘The World’s Worst Magicians’! £5 per head, email email@example.com to book your place.
Actors required for the Good Friday Walk of Witness, an open air performance of the Easter story in Littlehampton precinct. Minimal lines and rehearsal, if interested please contact Di Brown on 01903 784299 or Littlehampton Baptist Church Office 01903 717961. There will also be a Community Market Stall, 9am – 3pm, for anyone who has questions relating to the meaning of Easter. If you like to help contact John Holden on 01903 733812 or the Baptist Church number above.
The charity Worthing Churches Homeless Projects is hosting a Sponsored Sleepout at Summerlea Primary School, Rustington this Saturday 28th February to raise funds for and awareness of homelessness in the local community. There will be a barbecue at 7.30pm with the event starting at 9pm. WCHP runs a breakfast club from the United Church in Littlehampton during the week, with advice and support to find accommodation. If you’d like to take part or for more info contact Abi Harley on 01903 227829 or firstname.lastname@example.org or click here.
We have been invited by Littlehampton Police Station to pray for them and our community at 6 – 7pm, Wednesday 4th March at Littlehampton Police Station, County Buildings, East Street, BN17 6AR. This is a great opportunity to support and pray for our local Police and the work they do in this area.
All are welcome to the Women’s World Day of Prayer on Friday 6th March, 10.15am at Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church (Vermont Avenue, East Preston, BN16 1JU). The Day of Prayer service for 2015 focuses on The Bahamas, and was written by the Christian women there. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland over 5,000 services will be held, focusing on the theme ‘Jesus said to them, “Do you know what I have done to you?”’, John 13:1-7. Although written by women, all are invited. Refreshments will be served afterwards.